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Text consolidated by Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre) with amending laws of:

6 July 2010 (No. 617) [shall come into force from 14 July 2010];
22 February 2011 (No. 143) [shall come into force from 26 February 2011];
12 February 2013 (No. 89) [shall come into force from 22 February 2013].

If a whole or part of a section has been amended, the date of the amending law appears in square brackets at the end of the section. If a whole section, paragraph or clause has been deleted, the date of the deletion appears in square brackets beside the deleted section, paragraph or clause.

 

Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 1040
Adopted 8 September 2009

Regulations Regarding the Administration of Milk Quotas

Issued pursuant to
Section 7, Paragraph two of the
Law On Agriculture and Rural Development

I. General Provisions

1. This Regulation prescribes:

1.1. the procedures by which transactions with milk quotas shall be carried out;

1.2. the procedures for the administration and control of milk quotas;

1.3. the procedures by which a levy for the exceeded milk quota shall be paid ; and

1.4. the procedures by which a levy for an annual declaration of direct sales and delivery quotas not submitted by the deadline shall be paid.

2. A quota shall not be determined for milk, which is used for home consumption and animal feed by a milk producer (hereinafter - producer).

3. The Agricultural Data Centre (hereinafter - Data Centre) shall administer milk quotas, calculate a levy for the exceeded milk quota, as well as calculate and collect a levy for an annual declaration of the direct sales quota and an annual declaration of the delivery quota not submitted by the deadline.

[12 February 2013]

4. In order to obtain an approval of a purchaser, a milk purchaser (hereinafter - purchaser) shall submit an application for the approval of a purchaser (Annex 1) to the Data Centre.

5. After receipt of the application referred to in Paragraph 4 of this Regulation the Data Centre shall assess the compliance of the applicant with Commission Regulation (EC) No 595/2004 of 30 March 2004 laying down detailed rules for applying Council Regulation (EC) No 1788/2003 establishing a levy in the milk and milk products sector (hereinafter - Regulation No 595/2004) and the requirements specified in this Regulation, and take a decision to approve the purchaser or to refuse to grant approval, and within one month after receipt of the application inform the purchaser in writing regarding the decision taken.

6. The Data Centre shall approve a purchaser by assigning a registration number thereto. The Data Centre shall insert the list of approved purchasers on the Internet home page thereof.

7. The decision of the Data Centre to refuse to approve a purchaser, on the levy in respect of the amount of the exceeded milk quota, as well as to allocate the national quota reserve may be contested and appealed in accordance with the procedures specified in the by-law of the Agricultural Data Centre and the Administrative Procedure Law.

[12 February 2013]

8. The Food and Veterinary Service (hereinafter - Service) shall carry out control of the milk quota in accordance with the requirements of Chapter IV, Part 1 of Regulation No 595/2004 and this Regulation.

II. Duties of Producers

9. A producer shall:

9.1. enter into a written contract with a purchaser regarding the delivery of milk in accordance with the conditions of Articles 185(f)(2) and (4) of Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (Single CMO Regulation);

9.2. within five working days, submit an application to the Data Centre regarding re-registration of a milk quota due to the change in the legal status of the quota owner;

9.3. within five working days after re-registration of a milk quota at the Data Centre, inform the purchaser in writing regarding the change in the legal status;

9.4. within the deadline referred to in the notification, pay a levy into the account indicated by the Data Centre for an annual declaration of the direct sales quota not submitted by the deadline if this declaration has not been submitted in accordance with the requirements referred to in Articles 11(3) and (4) of Regulation No 595/2004;

9.5. pay for the amount of the milk quota exceeded in the previous 12 months in accordance with a decision of the Data Centre:

9.5.1. to the purchaser for the exceeded delivery quota - until 15 September of the relevant year;

9.5.2. to the Rural Support Service complying with the deadline specified in Article 15(1) of Regulation No 595/2004 regarding the direct sales quota;

9.6. inform the Data Centre in writing regarding the purchaser who will pay the levy for the milk quota exceeded by the producer;

9.7. prior to the alienation transaction of the quota enquire with the Data Centre whether the part of the quota to be sold has not been imposed a restriction.

[22 February 2011; 12 February 2013]

10. The producer shall ensure that accounting of delivery and direct sales quotas is carried out in accordance with Articles 24(5) and (6) of Regulation No 595/2004.

11. The producer who has a direct sales quota shall submit the following to the Data Centre:

11.1. the six-month declaration of direct sales for the time period from 1 April until 1 October (Annex 2) - each year by 10 October;

11.2. the annual declaration of direct sales quota (Annex 2) - in accordance with the conditions referred to in Articles 11(1) and (2) of Regulation No 595/2004.

12. The producer may submit a milk quota sale or purchase offer to the Data Centre.

[22 February 2011]

13. In case of the death of a producer (natural person), the person who will handle the herd and the milk quota until approval of inheritance rights shall submit an application to the Data Centre for registration of the status of a manager.

14. The Data Centre shall, within five working days after receipt of the application, take a decision to grant the status of a manager to the person referred to in Paragraph 13 of this Regulation.

15. The manager referred to in Paragraph 13 of this Regulation shall fulfil all the obligations of a producer in respect of the milk quota until confirmation of the inheritance rights. If a person has not commenced the sale of milk within six months after granting of the status of a manager, the milk quota shall be added to the national reserve.

[12 February 2013]

III. Milk Quota Transactions

16. If the milk quota is alienated, leased or converted, a producer shall submit an application to the Data Centre (Annex 3).

[12 February 2013]

17. The Data Centre shall examine the information indicated in the application within five working days after receipt thereof, register the transaction and inform the parties involved in the transaction thereof.

[6 July 2010]

18. In order to ensure the supplementation of the national reserve, the Data Centre shall, when registering an alienation transaction of the milk quota, transfer one per cent from the amount of the quota to be sold into the national reserve

19. Alienation and lease transactions of the milk quota shall be performed in the relevant 12-month period from 1 April to 20 March.

[12 February 2013]

20. The producer who owns a dairy cow herd or heifers which are more than 18 months old, registered in the register of animals and herds of the Data Centre, may purchase and lease a milk quota.

[12 February 2013]

20.1 The producer may lease the unused part of the milk quota. A lease transaction of the milk quota shall be valid until the end of the current quota year.

[12 February 2013]

20.2 The producer may lease the milk quota if he or she has fulfilled the milk quota in the amount of 100 per cent according to the situation on the first date of the previous month or if he or she has submitted a statement of a milk purchaser to the Data Centre regarding the fulfilment of the milk quota on the day when the statement was submitted.

[12 February 2013]

20.3 If the fulfilment of the leased milk quota is not ensured, the reduction referred to in Paragraph 42 of this Regulation shall be applied to the leased milk quota.

[12 February 2013]

20.4 The levy referred to in Sub-paragraph 29.7 of this Regulation for the exceeded leased milk quota shall be covered by the lessee.

[12 February 2013]

21. The producer may sell all the available milk quota, also the amount of quota already used, or a part thereof. The purchaser of the quota may utilise the used part of the quota in the subsequent 12-month period.

22. The producer may convert the delivery quota into a direct sales quota or a direct sales quota - into a delivery quota by submitting an application to the Data Centre regarding conversion of the milk quota:

22.1. by 31 December - for permanent conversion;

22.2. by 15 March - for temporary conversion.

23. If the producer converts the entire direct sales quota into a delivery quota, the annual declaration of the direct sales quota shall be appended to the application regarding conversion of the quota.

24. The producer may waive the milk quota in the relevant 12-month period, informing the Data Centre thereof in writing. The Data Centre shall transfer the quantity of the milk quota waived by the producer into the national reserve.

24.1 The producer may transfer or sell his or her milk quota together with the herd to another producer, informing the Data Centre thereof within five working days of the relevant transaction.

[22 February 2011]

IV. Obligations of a Purchaser

25. A purchaser shall, by the tenth of every month, electronically send the following information to the Data Centre:

25.1. information regarding the milk delivery in the preceding month, indicating the following data regarding each producer:

25.1.1. the personal identity number or the registration number in the Commercial Register;

25.1.2. the registration number of the milk quota;

25.1.3. the herd registration number;

25.1.4. the quantity of milk purchased in kilograms;

25.1.5. the average fat content in per cent of the purchased milk, which has been determined using the results of analyses referred to in Paragraph 27 of this Regulation and the one-percent milk method - the fat content of the milk sold in each period shall be multiplied by the quantity of milk sold in the relevant period in kilograms, the results obtained for each period shall be added up and the sum shall be divided by the total quantity of the milk sold during the month;

25.2. the milk balance sheet regarding the preceding month (Annex 4):

25.2.1. the total quantity of the purchased milk in kilograms, the value (excluding the value added tax rate) and the milk fat content in per cent and the protein content in per cent;

25.2.2. the quantity of the processed milk in kilograms;

25.2.3. the quantity of the raw milk in kilograms sold to other persons, indicating the name of the relevant persons;

25.2.4. the quantity of the raw milk in kilograms purchased from other persons;

25.2.5. the quantity of the imported and exported milk in kilograms, indicating the ISO code of the country of origin and the country of destination accordingly.

26. A purchaser shall:

26.1. pay a producer in full amount (not less than once a month) for the milk delivered, taking into account the milk quality and milk content indicators;

26.2. pay by the deadline specified in Article 15(1) of Regulation No 595/2004 in accordance with the decision of the Data Centre;

26.3. each year in accordance with the requirements of Articles 8(1) and (2) of Regulation No 595/2004 prepare and send an annual declaration of the delivery quota (Annex 5) to the Data Centre regarding the implementation of the quota by each producer. If the annual declaration of the delivery quota is submitted in printed form, the purchaser shall also submit all the information included in the document, using the available electronic data carriers;

26.4. inform the Data Centre in writing regarding bankruptcy or announcement of insolvency and submit an annual declaration of the delivery quota;

26.5. within 10 days after temporary suspension of the approval referred to in Paragraph 5 of this Regulation, suspension of operation or resumption of operation inform the producer thereof in writing;

26.6. make a payment into the account indicated by the Data Centre within the deadline referred to in the notification for an annual declaration of the delivery quota not submitted by the deadline, if it has not been submitted in accordance with the requirements referred to in Articles 8(3) and (4) of Regulation No 595/2004;

26.7. upon the request of the Service submit a timetable for milk sampling in accordance with the milk collection routes and ensure the Service inspector with access to the accounting and reporting documents, as well as the production premises and other facilities of the infrastructure.

[12 February 2013]

27. A purchaser shall determine the fat content of raw milk in accordance with the regulatory enactments regarding the veterinary, hygiene and harmlessness requirements for the circulation of raw milk by taking a sample of raw milk at least once every 15 days, but not less than twice a month. The fat content of raw milk shall be determined in a testing laboratory which conforms to the requirements referred to in the regulatory enactments regarding the recognition and supervision of raw milk quality control laboratories and which ensures the incorporation of the testing results into the database referred to in Sub-paragraph 29.9 of this Regulation.

[22 February 2011]

28. If a purchaser discontinues the purchase of milk for a time period exceeding six months, the approval referred to in Paragraph 5 of this Regulation shall be cancelled.

V. Administration of the Milk Quota

29. The Data Centre shall:

29.1. supervise the common implementation of milk quotas and carry out re-allocation of unused part of both the direct sales quota and the delivery quota of each producer;

29.2. maintain a register of milk quotas of producers;

29.3. after each transaction inform the producer regarding changes in the quota quantity in the register of milk quotas of producers;

29.4. register data on milk delivery and direct sale, applications for transactions involving milk quotas and transactions, changes in the legal status of a producer and a purchaser and granting of a quota from the national reserve;

29.5. maintain the informative database of the tenders for milk quota sales and purchases;

29.6. each year until 1 June equalise the delivery quota of producers and the total national delivery quota in accordance with Article 10 of Regulation No 595/2004;

29.7. calculate a levy for each producer for the milk quota quantity exceeded in the previous 12-month period after proportionate re-allocation of the unused part of the common national milk quota for the individual quota of each producer, if the national common milk quota has been exceeded. The decision shall be notified to each producer and purchaser, as well as the Rural Support Service in writing until 1 August:

29.8. by the sixteenth date of every month, inform the Central Statistical Bureau regarding the quantity of milk purchased by each purchaser, the value thereof (excluding value added tax rate), the fat content of milk in per cent and protein content in per cent;

29.9. maintain a single database of milk sample test results (hereinafter - database) and provide the Service with access to the database;

29.10. enter into an agreement with a testing laboratory regarding notification of the milk sample test results in accordance with Paragraph 27 of this Regulation;

29.11. inform the Service regarding any violations of purchasers, which are related to the administration of the milk quota;

29.12. provide the information indicated in Sub-paragraph 25.2 of this Regulation regarding each purchaser upon the request of the Service;

29.13. calculate the representative fat content of the delivery quota for the producer, if the fat content changes as a result of the performed transaction of the milk quota;

29.14. until 1 August submit the annual quota performance questionnaire to the Ministry of Agriculture in accordance with Article 26(1) of Regulation No 595/2004;

29.15. cancel the approval of a purchaser referred to in Paragraph 5 of this Regulation, if the procurement of milk is suspended for a time period exceeding six months or if the purchaser has not fulfilled the requirements referred to in Article 8(4) of Regulation No 595/2004, and insert information regarding cancellation of the approval on the Internet home page of the Data Centre;

29.16. within one month assess the application of the purchaser and take a decision to renew the approval referred to in Paragraph 5 of this Regulation;

29.17. if a producer delivers milk to several milk purchasers and has not notified which milk purchaser will pay for exceeding the milk quota, divide the levy calculated for the producer for the exceeded milk quota proportionately between all milk purchasers who have purchased milk from the relevant milk producer.

[6 July 2010; 12 February 2013]

30. The Service shall inspect the following at the farm of a producer:

30.1. the accounts of the delivery quota and the direct sales quota in accordance with Articles 24(5) and (6) of Regulation No 595/2004;

30.2. the accuracy of the information provided in and the deadline of submitting the first six-month reports on the fulfilment of the direct sales quota, annual declarations of the direct sales quota and applications submitted to the Data Centre regarding milk quotas;

30.3. the compliance of the producer with the requirements referred to in Regulation No 595/2004 and this Regulation.

31. The Service shall inspect the following at the undertaking of a purchaser:

31.1. the compliance of the undertaking with the requirements referred to in Article 23 of Regulation No 595/2004 and this Regulation;

31.2. the accounting and reporting documentation regarding the purchased, sold and processed milk;

31.3. the accounting documentation of the milk collection routes;

31.4. milk sampling and identification in accordance with the requirements specified in the regulatory enactments regarding veterinary, hygiene and harmlessness requirements for the circulation of raw milk.

[22 February 2011]

VI. National Reserve

32. The common national milk quota reserve (hereinafter - national reserve) shall be formed by the quantity of quotas, which according to this Regulation has been obtained from alienation transactions with the milk quota and the sanctions applied.

[12 February 2013]

33. A milk quota from the national reserves shall be granted to a producer who conforms with one of the following conditions:

33.1. the producer has a dairy cow herd or heifers over the age of 18 months registered in the animal and herd register of the Data Centre and has not been granted a milk quota in the relevant 12-month period or in previous 12-month periods; or

33.2. until 31 March in the relevant 12-month period the producer has fulfilled the milk quota in the amount of 100 per cent or more.

34. The Data Centre shall provide for not more than 30 per cent of the milk quota quantity available from the national reserve for allocation between the producers referred to in Sub-paragraph 33.1 of this Regulation, and not less than 70 per cent for allocation between the producers referred to in Sub-paragraph 33.2 of this Regulation, where necessary also using the quantity which was not allocated between the producers referred to in Sub-paragraph 33.1 of this Regulation.

35. A producer:

35.1. who conforms to the conditions referred to in Sub-paragraph 33.1 of this Regulation shall apply for granting of a quota from the national reserve, submitting an application to the Data Centre until 1 June of the relevant 12-month period; or

35.2. who conforms to the conditions referred to in Sub-paragraph 33.2 of this Regulation shall apply for granting of an additional quota from the national reserve until 1 July of the relevant 12-month period, submitting an application to the Data Centre, in which the quota quantity requested shall be indicated.

[22 February 2011]

36. The Data Centre shall, within one month after the term referred to in Paragraph 35 of this Regulation, examine the applications, determine the amount of the milk quota to be granted from the national reserve and inform the producer regarding the granted or changed amount of the quota.

[6 July 2010]

37. A producer who conforms to Sub-paragraph 33.1 of this Regulation shall be granted a quota from the national reserve for each cow and heifer, which is more than 18 months old, but in the amount of not more than 85 per cent from the average statistical indicator of milk-yield in the preceding calendar year calculated by the Central Statistical Bureau.

[22 February 2011]

38. A producer who has submitted an application for granting of a quota from the national reserve in accordance with the conditions referred to in Sub-paragraph 33.2 of this Regulation shall calculate the milk quota to be granted, using the following formula:

K = (G + T) x V - P, where

K - milk quota to be allocated;

G - the number of milking cows on 1 April of the relevant 12-month period;

T - the number of heifers more than 18 months old on 1 April of the relevant 12-month period;

V - the average milk yield in the farm calculated by the Data Centre in the year of recording or the average milk yield in the state calculated by the Central Statistical Bureau in the calendar year;

P - quota quantity on 1 April of the relevant 12-month period.

39. If a producer, to which a milk quota has been allocated from the national reserve, sells or leases the milk quota, then the amount of the milk quota allocated from the national reserve in the previous and current 12-month period shall be included in the national reserve, unless the producer terminates operation in dairy farming and sells all the milk quota.

[12 February 2013]

40. A producer may not apply for a milk quota from the national reserve if he or she has sold his or her milk quota or part thereof in the previous or relevant 12-month period.

41. If the total volume of the milk quota requested by producers is larger than the national reserve, the volume to be granted shall be reduced proportionally for all applicants.

42. If a producer fulfils the milk quota from the beginning of the relevant 12-month period from 1 up to 84.9 per cent, the part of the quota unfulfilled by the producer in the subsequent 12-month period shall be scaled down by 50 per cent and the released quantity of the quota shall be transferred into the national reserve.

[12 February 2013]

43. If a producer has not sold any milk at all during the relevant 12-month period, all the quota of the producer shall be transferred into the national reserve.

44. The conditions referred to in Paragraphs 42 and 43 of this Regulation shall not be applied if a producer submits an application regarding keeping of the quota to the Data Centre by 15 April, in accordance with Article 72(3) of Regulation No 1234/2007 and appends the following to the application:

44.1. a certifying document issued by a practising veterinarian regarding diseases of the farm animals, which have affected the health of the milking cows, resulted in their death or compulsory liquidation, thereby reducing the milk production in the farm in the relevant 12-month period by at least 30 per cent in comparison with the previous 12-month period; or

44.2. a document issued by relevant institutions regarding natural disasters (for example, flood, storm, fire), due to which it was impossible to continue the production of milk in the previous amount.

[12 February 2013]

45. [22 February 2011]

46. [12 February 2013]

VII. Calculation and Collection of Levies

47. The Data Centre shall calculate a levy for an annual declaration of the delivery quota not submitted on time and inform the purchaser accordingly in accordance with the requirements referred to in Articles 8(3) and (4) of Regulation No 595/2004.

48. The Data Centre shall calculate a levy for an annual declaration of the direct sales quota not submitted on time and inform the producer accordingly in accordance with the requirements referred to in Articles 11(3) and (4) of Regulation No 595/2004.

49. The Data Centre shall collect the calculated levy from a producer for an annual declaration of direct sales quota not submitted on time and from a purchaser - for an annual declaration of the delivery quota not submitted on time.

50. The Data Centre shall calculate a levy for the exceeded milk quota in accordance with the requirements referred to in Article 78(1) of Regulation No 1234/2007.

51. The Rural Support Service shall transfer the levy into the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund, complying with the deadline specified in Article 78(2) of Regulation 1234/2007.

[12 February 2013]

VIII. Closing Provisions

52. For purchasers who have been approved until the day of the coming into force of this Regulation, the approval shall also be valid after coming into force of this Regulation unless it is cancelled in accordance with the procedures specified in this Regulation.

53. In the year 2009/2010 the Data Centre shall allocate a milk quota from the national reserve until 15 December 2009 to those producers who have submitted an application to the Data Centre for the allocation of a quota from the national reserve until 1 November 2009 and who have fulfilled their milk quota in the amount of 100 per cent or more until 31 March 2009.

Prime Minister V. Dombrovskis

Minister for Agriculture J. Dūklavs

 

Annex 1
Cabinet Regulation No. 1040
8 September 2009

Application for Approval of a Purchaser

Complete the form in block letters

1. Name of the legal person (firm name)  
2. Number of the following document issued by the Food and Veterinary Service:
certificate of recognition or certificate of registration.
 
3. Type of activity (mark as appropriate with an x)
  milk processing
  milk collection
  production of domestic milk products
4. Responsible official:
4.1. position    
4.2. given name and surname
4.3. e-mail address, mobile telephone number

I hereby certify with my signature that the information provided is true and I resolve to perform accounting and submit information to the Data Centre in accordance with the procedures specified in the regulatory enactments regarding milk quotas.

   
(given name, surname)   (signature)
Date    
Place for a seal  

Note. The details of the document "date", "signature" and "place for a seal" shall not be completed if the electronic document has been prepared in accordance with the regulatory enactments regarding the drawing up of electronic documents.

Minister for Agriculture J. Dūklavs

 

Annex 2
Cabinet Regulation No. 1040
8 September 2009

Direct Sales Quotas

annual (1 April 20___ - 31 March 20___)

6-month (1 April 20__ - 1 October)

Declaration

Part A. Information regarding the owner of the direct sales quota (complete the form in block letters)

1. Given name, surname (for a natural person)/firm name (for a legal person)  
 
2. Herd registration number                              
3. Quota registration number  
4. E-mail address, mobile telephone number  

Part B. Direct sales

Direct sales quota (kg) _______________

No. Product sold (produced of whole milk) Quantity of the product sold
(kg)
Recalculation coefficient Milk equivalent
(kg)
1. Milk   1.028 (if sold in litres)  
2. Butter   22.5  
3. Fresh (unprocessed) cheese   0.8  
4. Cottage cheese   7.5  
5. Curd   6.5  
6. Curdled milk   1.0  
7. Fruit yoghurt   0.8  
8. Sweet cream   0.263 x cream fat content  
9. Sour cream    
Fulfilment of quota  

Note. Other products shall be recalculated into the milk equivalent using a different method in accordance with the production technology.

   
(given name, surname)   (signature)
Date    
Place for a seal  

Note.

The details of the document "date", "signature" and "place for a seal" shall not be completed if the electronic document has been prepared in accordance with the regulatory enactments regarding the drawing up of electronic documents.

Minister for Agriculture J. Dūklavs

 

Annex 3
Cabinet Regulation No. 1040
8 September 2009

[12 February 2013]

Application for the Registration of a Transaction of the Alienation, Lease or Conversion of a Milk Quota

Type of transaction (mark with an x)

A. Alienation (sale, purchase)

B. Conversion

C. Lease

The transaction of alienation or lease form shall be completed in three copies. The first copy shall be sent to the Data Centre, the second - to the milk quota seller, the third - to the milk quota purchaser.

A transaction of conversion form shall be completed in two copies. One copy shall be sent to the Data Centre, the other shall remain with the owner.

Information regarding the Owner

  Quota seller or lessor Quota purchaser or lessee Person converting the quota
1. Given name, surname (for a natural person)/firm name (for a legal person)      
2. Quota registration number1   1 1
3. Herd registration number      
4. E-mail address, mobile telephone number      

A. ALIENATION

A.1. Information regarding the amount of the milk quota to be sold2

  Selling3
Delivery quota (kg)
Direct sales quota (kg)

A.2. We hereby declare that the information provided is true.

  Quota seller Quota purchaser
Given name, surname    
Signature    
Date    

B. CONVERSION

B.1. I wish to convert (mark as appropriate with an x):

A delivery quota _____________ kg into the direct
sales quota
temporary conversion
(for the current quota year only)
permanent conversion
(for the current quota year and the subsequent quota years)

 

A direct sales quota _____________ (kg) into delivery quota temporary conversion
(for the current quota year only)
permanent conversion
(for the current quota year and for subsequent quota years)

B.2. I hereby declare that the information provided is true.

   
(given name, surname)   (signature)
 
Date    

C. LEASE

C.1. Information regarding the amount of the leased milk quota

Lessor Lessee
Delivery quota (kg)    
Direct sales quota (kg)    

C.2. We hereby declare that the information provided is true.

  Lessor of the quota Lessee of the quota
Given name, surname    
Signature    
Date  

Notes.

1. The details of the document "date" and "signature" shall not be completed if the electronic document has been prepared in accordance with the regulatory enactments regarding the drawing up of electronic documents.

2. Reference to the number of copies shall not apply if the document has been prepared in conformity with the regulatory enactments regarding the drawing up of electronic documents.

3. 1 The quota registration number need not be indicated if a producer who had no milk quota previously is purchasing or leasing the milk quota.

4. 2 1% of the milk quota quantity to be sold shall be transferred into the national reserve.

5. 3 The quantity of the milk quota to be sold shall be indicated together with the 1% being transferred into the national reserve.

 

Annex 4
Cabinet Regulation No. 1040
8 September 2009

Report of the Milk Purchaser regarding the Milk Balance

Period
Month   Year  
Name of the milk purchaser No. in the Enterprise Register of Latvia Approval No.
     

 

1. Total milk quantity (kg) purchased from producers
Average fat %   Average protein %  
Average purchase price per kg excluding VAT  
Accrual from the previous month (kg)  

 

2. Milk quantity purchased from other performers of economic activity
(not milk producers)

 

No. Name of the performer of economic activity No. in the Enterprise Register of Latvia Quantity (kg)
1.      
2.      
3.      
4.      
5.      
6.      
7.      
8.      
9.      
10.      
In total  

 

3. Imported milk

 

State ISO code   Name of the performer of economic activity Quantity (kg)
     
     
In total  

 

Total quantity of milk purchased (kg)  

 

4. Quantity of milk processed (kg)  

 

5. Quantity of milk sold to other performers of economic activity
No. Name of the performer of economic activity No. in the Enterprise Register of Latvia Quantity (kg)
In total

 

6. Exported milk
State ISO code Name of the performer of economic activity Quantity (kg)
In total

 

7. Total quantity of milk sold and processed  
 
Person completing form Position Signature
     
Date of completion    
Phone number    

Note. The details of the document "date" and "signature" shall not be completed if the electronic document has been prepared in accordance with the regulatory enactments regarding the drawing up of electronic documents.

Minister for Agriculture J. Dūklavs

 

Annex 5
Cabinet Regulation No. 1040
8 September 2009

Annual Declaration of the Delivery Quota

1 April 20___ - 31 March 20___

A. Information regarding the purchaser
(complete the form in block letters)

1. Name of the legal person  
2. Registration number of the purchaser
3. E-mail address, mobile telephone number

B. Producers providing milk deliveries

No. Given name, surname/ firm name Delivery quota registration number Personal identity number/registration number Fulfilment
quantity (kg) fat content (%)
1.          
2.          
     
(given name, surname)   (signature)
 
Date    

Place for a seal

Note. The details of the document "date" and "signature" shall not be completed if the electronic document has been prepared in accordance with the regulatory enactments regarding the drawing up of electronic documents.

Minister for Agriculture J. Dūklavs

 


Translation © 2013 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
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Title: Piena kvotu administrēšanas noteikumi Status:
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Issuer: Cabinet of Ministers Type: regulation Document number: 1040Adoption: 08.09.2009.Entry into force: 23.09.2009.End of validity: 31.05.2022.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 150, 22.09.2009.
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